Opened in the summer of 2013, along Kensington High Street, Acciuga is an Italian restaurant catering to London’s chic business lunchers and hip dinner crowd in this exclusive part of the capital. The team at Acciuga are serving an innovative mix of great Italian dishes from across the peninsula from their dining room in W8. For those in the know, Acciuga’s commitment to classic and contemporary Italian food is well-known, and for visitors, this is a culinary treat, apart from the notorious tourist offerings.
Family run restaurant from Genoa Italy with a young, talented chef with new ideas incorporated into Italian food. Inanovative and delicious cuisine served by friendly, welcoming family members. Italian restaurants will seem ordinary now that we've experienced Acciuga. If you enjoy surprises and have an adventurous palate then this is the restaurant for a new experience. The three course meal was actually seven courses with all the delicious complementary extras and the homemade chocolates after our fabulous dessert were delicious. The portion sizes are very generous so you have to pace yourself. Meeting the chef and chatting with his father about their background and the inspiration behind the cuisine was interesting. Thank you to the chef's cousin, a delightful young lady who was very friendly and attentive. An evening at Acciuga, 343 Kensington High Street is delightful, we wish the restaurant every success.
A fabulous evening, the service was friendly without being overly so and the setting was perfect. Food absolutely delicious and the wine we chose was both good value and perfectly matched our supper. Highly recommend and will be going back.
When diners choose to visit London’s Acciuga, there are two things that they typically come for. The first is the superior food and the second is the semi-formal dining room and excellent service. Under the careful guidance of head chef Guglielmo Arnulfo, Acciuga in Kensington serve an innovative mix of food from Liguria, Piedmont and Tuscany to locals and visitors to Kensington High Street. The restaurant prides itself on using the freshest and locally sourced ingredients to bring new life to ancient Italian recipes.
This Kensington High Street restaurant, Acciuga takes its name from the Italian word for anchovy, an ingredient that features heavily in much classic Italian cooking. For diners in Kensington, Acciuga isn’t simply fish, instead there is a classic, short, Italian menu with dishes familiar and new to tempt guests to sample the flavours of lo stivale. London’s lunch time crowd have picked up on the excellent value lunch menu for business meetings where you need to impress, while the adventurous have found the dining events, like Lunch with the Psychologist is reason to pay a visit to this Kensington High Street Restaurant.